Automata, Languages and Programming: 28th International by Christos H. Papadimitriou (auth.), Fernando Orejas, Paul G.

By Christos H. Papadimitriou (auth.), Fernando Orejas, Paul G. Spirakis, Jan van Leeuwen (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the twenty eighth foreign Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming, ICALP 2001, held in Crete, Greece in July 2001.
The eighty revised papers offered including keynote contributions and 4 invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 208 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on algebraic and circuit complexity, set of rules research, approximation and optimization, complexity, concurrency, effective facts constructions, graph algorithms, language idea, codes and automata, version checking and protocol research, networks and routing, reasoning and verification, scheduling, safe computation, specification and deduction, and structural complexity.

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See that all this works OK due to the completeness assumption! 8 Hybrids According to Webster’s Dictionary a hybrid is “something heterogeneous (consisting of dissimilar ingredients or constituents) in origin or composition”. Automata, Circuits, and Hybrids: Facets of Continuous Time 17 To be more precise we expect that: (i) The heterogeneous constituents are two agents: the continuous one L and the discrete (may be even, finite) one D. (ii) In order to constitute a (hybrid) system, the two should be subjected to an appropriate composition.

Xj = and ∀j = (i + 1) mod n. yj = . Thus, each rule r in a ring is either of the form ( , . . , , xi , , . . , ) → ( , . . , , yi+1 , , . . , ) or of the form ( , . . , , xn ) → (y1 , , . . , ). Intuitively, the each rule in these systems correspond to actions of FIFO-channel systems where a word x is received from a channel of index i, and a word y is sent to the channel of index (i + 1) mod n. Theorem 11 ([ABB01]). Let R be a n-dim context-free ring. Then, for every ∗ (φ) is effectively SRE.

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